New poll: Conservatives outnumber liberals in Oregon

Republican Party favorability better than Democratic Party

by NW Spotlight

A July 2015 poll conducted by Clout Research found that conservatives outnumber liberals in Oregon. Poll respondents identified as conservatives 37% of the time, as liberals 35% of the time and as moderate 28% of the time.

Conservatives outnumber liberals_Jul2015

Clout Research – July 2015 Oregon poll

786 Oregon likely voters statewide were surveyed – 41% said they were registered as Democrats and 33% said they were registered as Republicans.

The same poll found that more Oregonians have a favorable opinion of the Republican Party of Oregon than an unfavorable opinion. 45.9% had a favorable opinion and 44.0% had an unfavorable opinion.

Opinion of the Republican Party of Oregon_Jul2015

Clout Research – July 2015 Oregon poll

Favorability was slightly less for the Democratic Party of Oregon, with only a difference of .4% between favorable and unfavorable: 45.8% favorable versus 45.4% unfavorable.

The poll was circulated by the Independent Party of Oregon in a press release yesterday.


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